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02.28 / 01:07
thenation.com
It won't be long before spring is here.And, typically, that means coyote season. Spring is the time of year when pups are born and coyote parents more frequently are seen out hunting for extra food.Rolled out just in time for this year's anticipated uptick in residential coyote activity is a mobile-friendly web tool designed with a two-fold purpose: Provide researchers with needed data on urban coyote behavior while also keeping neighbors connected so nearby sightings can be shared via…
02.28 / 01:01
presstelegram.com
Don't worry, the #1 Online Marketplace for hunting trips is still online of course but recently ventured offline as well for several of the USA's biggest hunting…
02.28 / 00:00
24-7pressrelease.com
It won't be long before spring is here.And, typically, that means coyote season. Spring is the time of year when pups are born and coyote parents more frequently are seen out hunting for extra food.Rolled out just in time for this year's anticipated uptick in residential coyote activity is a mobile-friendly web tool designed with a two-fold purpose: provide researchers with needed data on urban coyote behavior while also keeping neighbors connected so nearby sightings can be shared via…
02.27 / 23:55
presstelegram.com
Cities are hubs of commerce, politics, population — and evolution? Yep. Due to human-wrought environmental change, biological evolution moves more quickly in cities than in other areas, according to a new paper published by an international team of researchers in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The study, based on analysis of 89 previously published studies, found that for animals and plants, models based on whether urbanization was in play best explained speedy evolution o…
02.27 / 23:55
ensia.com
On February 3, 2017, Republican Representative Matt Gaetz of Florida has sponsored H.R.861 – To terminate the Environmental Protection Agency.1)https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/861 There is no text or summary of this bill available to the public yet.  It has been sent to committees.  This bill coupled with President Trump’s appointment of Scott Pruitt to head the United States Environmental…
02.27 / 23:45
ecochildsplay.com
It won't be long before spring is here.And, typically, that means coyote season. Spring is the time of year when pups are born and coyote parents more frequently are seen out hunting for extra food.Rolled out just in time for this year's anticipated uptick in residential coyote activity is a mobile-friendly web tool designed with a two-fold purpose: provide researchers with needed data on urban coyote behavior while also keeping neighbors connected so nearby sightings can be shared via…
02.27 / 23:39
dailynews.com
Imagine hailing a bus through a smartphone application in India for your daily commute from home to college or work. On-demand transportation leverages technology to connect a bus in the vicinity with a passenger looking to travel in the same…
02.27 / 22:54
thecityfix.com
Dave Willis, Soda Mountain Wilderness Council 541-482-0526, sodamtn@mind.net Susan Jane Brown, Western Environmental Law Center 503-914-1323, brown@westernlaw.org George Sexton, KS Wild 541-488-5789, gs@kswild.org ASHLAND, Ore - Feb 27, 2017Late last Friday, local and partner conservation groups intervened in two lawsuits to protect the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument from challenges brought by timber interests. The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is one of the most biodiverse places…
02.27 / 22:47
oregonwild.org
Cold air has returned to many areas in the East as a cold front advances off the Coast, as previously mentioned in Chris’s article.   This air, along with strong northwesterly winds, will combine with the unfrozen lakes to produce large quantities  of lake effect snow through this weekend.     I expect that the snow will continue […] The post Lake Effect Snow Machine slams into high gear appeared first on Firsthand Weathe…
02.27 / 22:33
firsthandweather.com
WITH NEW FEDERAL ENERGY POLICIES evolving to be starkly at odds with our priorities in Massachusetts, it is vital that we understand what authority our state has to influence controversial new natural gas infrastructure projects. Complicating matters, the Baker administration continues to promote an abstract vision of expanded interstate natural gas pipeline capacity in our(...) The post Governors can wield influence over pipelines appeared first on CommonWealth…
02.27 / 22:32
commonwealthmagazine.org
President Trump’s plan to cut federal agency spending by billions of dollars is raising concerns from regulatory proponents, who are concerned the cuts will weaken key environmental protections.The White House said Monday the president intends t…
02.27 / 21:53
thehill.com
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extended by four months the process of writing a regulation to ensure certain mining companies can pay their cleanup costs.The rule would set standards for how hard-rock mining companies must…
02.27 / 21:53
thehill.com
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) on Sunday announced that he and Bill Nye will hold a Facebook Live conversation Monday on climate change."Join me and Bill Nye at 10:30 a.m. ET tomorrow on Facebook Live for a conversation on climate change,"…
02.27 / 21:53
thehill.com
I READ WITH INTEREST the story entitled “Eversource seeks higher fees on customers with solar.” In several instances, the utility’s stated reasons for its proposed fee hikes for customers with rooftop solar installations appear to me to be contrary to the facts. While Eversource argues that solar homes use the power grid just like any(...) The post Eversource solar hikes unwarranted appeared first on CommonWealth Magaz…
02.27 / 21:30
commonwealthmagazine.org
The theme of the nearly 19,000 square foot facility is "small things…
02.27 / 21:19
oregonlive.com
Or, as John Abraham puts it in the Graun, Just who are these 300 ‘scientists’ telling Trump to burn the climate? It appears that long-term union man Lindzen has been organising again, buoyed perhaps by the prospect of some kind of reward from the Trump admistration. It seems rather notable to me, however, that…
02.27 / 21:08
scienceblogs.com
Nonna’s Kitchen is joining forces with the Bermuda National Trust to help improve the environment, with the eatery charging customers for shopping bags in an effort to encourage customers to bring their own reusable bags, and when customers do buy a bag, all the proceeds go to the Bermuda National Trust, which will use the funds to plant endemic trees.“Nonna’s Kitchen, which is owned and managed by Katerina Smith and her husband Ben Smith, is believed to be the first [...] (Click to r…
02.27 / 21:00
bernews.com
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02.27 / 20:56
zmescience.com